She was a braccio herself, and Corona laughed, though she knew there was truth in the saying.
A Cardinal braccio was archbishop, too, a good many years ago.
Caldora tended braccio during his last hours with every possible care.
Thus, in the life of braccio da Montone, he renders his meaning almost unintelligible by excess of classical purity.
It has a grim square fortalice above it, now in ruins, and a stately castle to the south-east, built about the time of braccio.
braccio, the Florentine Commissary, is an admirable study of Italian subtlety and craft.
When braccio died Nicolina opened the casket and she found inside a black veil and a sceptre.
The Florence braccio is one foot ten inches seven eighths, English measure.
braccio, brach′yo, n. an Italian measure of length, varying from half a yard to a yard:—pl.
braccio made a fruitless effort to penetrate into the heart of the city, and was driven back ignominiously.